Originally Posted by FireCaptain4
The big redeeming factor of the film? Neeson as the creepy funeral director Eliot Deacon. Deacon is a very mysterious character, but at the end of the film we learn almost nothing about him or his motivations (mostly due to that awkwardly handled ending).
We do learn everything about him. He is a legitimate funeral home director, that finds people he feels don't appreciate life enough, drugs them, and buries them alive.
You just have to pay attention to every detail to get it.
Though the movie is full of holes and unanswered questions.
And not many people like movies where the truly bad guy wins.